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PAK will play WI in three ODIs on June 8, 10 and 12. The series was postponed after a COVID-19 outbreak in the Caribbean camp last year.
This is West Indies' first Test series win at home since 2019. Coincidentally, their last win at home had also come against England.
Bowling first in the third Test, West Indies reduced England to 114/9 in 53.2 overs, then Jack Leach and Saqib Mahmood added 90 runs in 218 balls.
Both West Indies and England are yet to win a Test in the ongoing series. Get the live streaming details of WI vs ENG third Test match here.
Set a target of 282 runs by England, West Indies reached 135/5 at the close of final day's play of second Test.
Starting the day at 102, West Indies captain Kraigg Brathwaite ended his innings at 160. The hosts were finally all out for 411.
West Indies were 288/4 at the end of Day 3 in reply to England’s first innings total of 507/9 decl. the first Test ended in a draw.
After Joe Root, Ben Stokes scored a free-flowing 120 from 128 balls to put England in a strong position at the end of Day 2.
With his 119 not out in Barbados, Joe Root scored two-consecutive hundreds against West Indies in the series. He had scored 109 on drawn first Test.
Catch highlights and cricket scores of the 2nd Test cricket match between West Indies and England. The WI vs ENG match ended in a draw.
The Bridgetown Test between West Indies and England starts Wednesday (March 16). Here's how to watch WI vs ENG, 2nd Test cricket match:
West Indies were penalised two points in the WTC standings that dropped them below Bangladesh to eighth in the nine-team standings.
The three-Test series against England is level after West Indies held on Saturday to draw the opener. The second Test starts on March 16.
The remark from Carlos Brathwaite came after England showed no desire to call the match early, despite it nearing a draw.
England declared its second innings at 349/6 just before lunch and gave West Indies a tempting target of 286 from 70 overs to win.
England were 217/1 in their second innings at stumps on Day 4. West Indies made 375 in reply to England's 311 in the first innings.
The West Indies, in reply to England's 311, resumed Day 3 on 202/4 and reached 373/9 at stumps with Nkrumah Bonner scoring 123 runs.
In reply to England’s 311, West Indies were 127/4 at one stage before Jason Holder and Nkrumah Bonner stitched 75 runs for the unbroken fifth stand.
West Indies held on to draw the first Test after England made a bold declaration on the final day. Catch cricket scores of WI vs ENG.